Bylaws (administrative records)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Note Club Administration and Governance materials include records related to the administration of the DPCA by its Board of Directors, Officers, and committees. These records include minutes of various club meetings, committee reports, and related correspondence; the club secretary's files, including correspondence, Board of Directors voting results, breed standard, and club formation documents; club officer and committee files detailing matters of interest to the club, including Treasurer's...
Scope and Contents The Chapter Clubs series contains files kept by the DPCA regarding the various DPCA-member Doberman Pinscher Chapter Clubs around the country and their activities and communications with DPCA. Substantive correspondence, bids and agreements to host the annual DPCA National Convention and Specialty, show reports, applications for DPCA Chapter Club status and renewal, constitutions and bylaws, Club histories, rosters, and annual lists of officers and members are retained in these...
Scope and Contents This collection includes the American Kennel Club's Charter, Constitution, and By-laws and their amendments from 1885 to 2013. These documents are generally published in one compilation, with early publications also including rules and regulations governing dog shows and clubs, which were separately published beginning in the early 1930s. The constitution describes the organizational structure of the AKC, while the by-laws outline the structure for meetings and procedures. The collection...
Scope and Contents The majority of these files center around club constitutions and by-laws including revision and amendment correspondence, drafts, permanent file copies, and printed pamphlets. Other documents relate to issues such as new club successorship, conflict resolution, elections, annual meetings and more. Show license applications are usually accomplanied by membership lists, and various other club materials such as newsletters or legal forms appear. The files are far from comprehensive but may aid...
Scope and Contents The American Water Spaniel Club collection documents the activities and output of the club devoted to the sporting breed. A large assemblage of newsletters and publication, including catalogues, premium lists, and pictorials of top-winning dogs dominate the collection. Also present are the club constitution and articles of incorporation, color snapshots from dog shows and trials, video recordings of national specialty shows dating back to its first in 1994, and a series of pedigrees and...
Abstract The Doberman Pinscher Club of America collection spans from 1887 to present and is a comprehensive record of the Doberman Pinscher breed in America and the club's activities.The collection is arranged into ten series. Club Administration and Governance includes club meeting minutes, secretary's files, officer and committee files, and membership lists, directories, and club yearbooks. The Chapter Clubs series includes records related to the management of chapter clubs, Chapter...
Abstract The majority of the collection consists of publications and clippings which shed light on the history of the Bedlington Terrier breed, the breed's standard, health issues, and the operations of the Bedlington Terrier Club of club throughout the years. Also present are Club Administration files of meeting minutes, correspondence, and more; dog show catalogs; ephemera and photographs, chiefly from specialties; historical scrapbooks; and registration cards featuring pedigrees and progeny...
Dates: 1923-2001; Majority of material found within 1946 - 1966
Abstract The Irish Water Spaniel Club of America collection includes club membership lists, breeders directories, and National Specialty catalogs from the 1980s to 2000s. Numerous Club newsletters dating from 1956 to 2005 detail events and news important to the Club and its members over time. A few issues of the more modern Club publication, Rat Tails, are included, as well as copies of the Club's Constitution and Bylaws (version amended in 1990), a Club-produced breed information pamphlet,...
Abstract The Standard Schnauzer Club of America (SSCA) records include documentation of the club’s efforts to promote the Standard Schnauzer breed in the United States. A notable part of the collection are the club’s newsletters and periodicals, Pepper ‘N Salt, documenting the club’s membership, dog shows, pedigrees and champions, breeders, meetings, finances, and articles of interest from 1951 to 2011. Other publications include versions of the SSCA Source Book,...
Dates: c. 1900-2013